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Hello There, Your support team is the best! I need help in deciding on a simple registration/payment form.Asked by chefalice on November 17, 2015 at 11:34 AM
I would like the simplest form and method. I already have registration forms for Private Classes using Paypal I am now offering cooking classes open to the pubic, and would like customers to be able to click on a link from class calendar on my Wix site. that brings up the registration form, select the class they'd like, along with the quantity, then pay. I see that you have a Calculation widget, so if say, two or more students want to sign up, it will auto calculate? To try and simplify things for you guys, I've looked online at other similar businesses but it seems everyone uses something different. Will you be able to show me samples? Thank you so much!
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Thank you very much for your kind words, we are always happy to hear feedback from our users. :)
Now, as I understand it, you would like to set up an order form to collect payments, which you have already managed to set up earlier on your other forms. An order form can be set up by following this guide:
You can add a quantity for each of the available products, and you can do so by following this guide:
By having the quantity option available for your products, the total price will be automatically calculated and adjusted based on how many items your users select as their desired quantity.
I have set up a demo form that is similar to your existing ordering forms, but has the quantity option applied to the products. You can check out this demo form here:
Please let us know if you run into any snags along the way, or if you need further assistance, and we will be happy to help.
Hi Boris,Thank you for your quick response. You sent me my form as an example, however, I wanted a different form, and attached the link from a form that's on a cooking school. I am wondering if you have a form such as that? I see its a Paypal Form. I like the easy check out, and option to add quantities. I'd love to hear what your thoughts are.http://rusticocooking.com/cookingclasses.htm#110615 Thank you, friend!Alice570-856-6525
It is possible to create a similar form by adding the classes as product lists with sub items, at the moment our payment options do not support the cart options.
However it wont be possible to add the details like in the example form, what you can do is list the various classes, than at the bottom have the PayPal widget with the class options so the user can select one of their choice.
Let us know if this comes close to replicating the functionality of the form.
Here is a sample form with one class entry.
Thank you, Sammy. Will you please give me the name of the JotForm template that created the form so I can use it? Much appreciated!Cheers,Alice570-856-6525
You can clone my colleague's form instead. Here's a guide that you can follow on how to do that: http://www.jotform.com/help/42-How-to-Clone-an-Existing-Form-from-a-URL.
I would also like to suggest checking the guide links shared by my colleague's above so that you can make proper adjustment and changes on your own form.
I hope that helps.
Hi charlie,I am very confused. where is your colleagues form to be cloned? The link you gave me explains how to clone a form, but there is no form to clone. Thank you!Alice570-856-6525